Written by God, transcribed by 13-time Emmy® Award winner David Javerbaum, and starring the who’s who of gaystars from Will and Grace, and Big Bang Theory, An Act of God is definitely full of the chosen ones. For the second time in history, God dons the human body and lets us all know what he thinks. Which is tricky and hilarious considering he is all knowing. An Act of God started its life as a series of tweets, turned into a book, but has found its immaculate conception as a comedy. Here’s a snippet of God’s humour, ‘Yea, I have grown weary of the Ten Commandments, in exactly the same way that Don McLean has grown weary of American Pie.’ An Act of God lets us all laugh at religion and ourselves. Hard. It’s a clever, witty and cathartic way to spend 90 minutes. Especially if you had a Marist Brothers education.